Blockchain & Applied Crypto

\r\n Explore emerging use cases and practical applications for this rapidly changing, transformative technology. Topics include encryption, distributed ledgers, cryptocurrency, decentralized identity, tokenization, key management, homomorphic encryption and the implications of quantum computing on encryption

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  • Transactions are complex and costly.
  • Prone to human error or fraud — each participant has its own separate ledger. Inefficient — intermediaries are needed for validation.
  • Frequent delays & losses — paper-based and data stored locally by each party. Peers have a single shared ledger — once the transaction is validated, the record is permanent, secure and immutable.
  • A smart contract — code running on top of a blockchain that contains a set of rules under which the parties mutually agree — eliminates the need for third parties. Owner of the transaction has the power to move anything of value freely and instantly w
  • Eliminates or reduces paper processes, need for intermediaries, speeds up transaction times and increases efficiencies and transparency.
  • Improves the security aspect of web development
  • Enables developers to better test their code for security
  • Enables developers to better test their code for security
  • With our ever-increasingly connected global economy, the new source of cyber-attacks will come from our global supply chains.
  • Social Engineering - This module looks at what social engineering is, who or what are social engineers, what they want, how they get it, and how to stop them

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